The Hill Q: Do you write your own tweets?
A: Yes.

Q: When did you join Twitter?

A: I was reluctant to join, but my wife, Rhonda, convinced me to join. She convinced me I could instantly communicate with a large number of constituents, thus countering media bias.

Q: What do you see as the most significant purpose of Twitter for you?

A: It gives me the opportunity to promote ideas and correct people on where I really stand on issues instantly.

I'll visit my Twitter page a few times a day; if I see something interesting, I'll jump in. And if I don't, I won't. When you're a member of Congress your whole identity is as such, so there's really no difference between the personal vs. policy tweets. Once you tweet it, it's in the public domain.

Q: Example of a "best" Twitter moment?

A: Correcting about 25 tweeters in one shot. I chastised them for using vulgarity on my timeline to attack me but not describing specific areas of disagreement.

Q: Example of a "worst" Twitter moment?

A: Sometimes I'll tweet in a hurry and make spelling errors. For example, I misspelled 'Taliban' once, which is quite a faux pas for a member of the Foreign Affairs Committee!

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